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Crimean Tatar’s house searched in the annexed Crimea
10:43, 12 December 2017
Crimean Tatar’s house searched in the annexed Crimea

It is reported that searches are also conducted in two neighboring houses

10:43, 12 December 2017

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In the annexed by Russia Crimea, Russian law enforcers conduct search in the house of the Crimean Tatar Ibraim Osmanov. This was stated by the Crimean Solidarity in Facebook.

"The searches began at 7:00 a.m. They are looking for drugs. The search is conducted in two neighboring houses. Ibrahim Osmanov is not at home, "the report said.

It is noted that the search warrant was issued on the son of Ibraim Osmanov - Rustem Osmanov. The latter was taken to Simferopol.

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Crimean Solidarity added that Ibraim Osmanov is the chairman of the Urozhaine village Mejlis and a member of the regional Mejlis.

As it was reported earlier the occupation authorities in the annexed Crimea detained the Crimean Tatar Rustem Osmanov on December 11. As the activists later found out, he was taken to the "district department of internal affairs" of Bakhchysarai. His father is together with him. The reasons for the detention are still unknown.

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